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Theme Meeting - Visualization for Industrial Applications

We invite you to a theme meeting within visualization at Christian Michelsen Research 19. January 2012.
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Photo: Christian Michelsen Research
Location: Christian Michelsen Research, Fantoftvegen 38 Bergen
Time: 19.01.2012, at 09:00AM - 12:00PM

Visualization is a crucial tool for decision support and knowledge extraction in a wide variety of domains. With the ever increasing amount of high resolution sensor data visualization is getting more and more important.

The Bergen region has several nationally and internationally leading groups and companies working in visualization, ranging from academic research, commercial technology development to advanced users.

In this seminar, some of these groups and companies will present ongoing research and development with particular focus on subsea relevance and the potentials for new or improved applications of visualization technology.

Lunch will be served after the seminar and there will be an opportunity for continuing discussions.

Register by 17. January 2011.

Our registration form is available in Norwegian only. Please contact Heidi.Skalevik@ncesubsea.no if you need any assistance with your registration.  

 

Program

09.00  

Introduction. Jon O. Hellevang, Senior Faciliator NCE Subsea

09.10

Visual analysis of multi-dimensional data for industrial applications. Ove Daae Lampe, Scientist CMR Computing

09.35

Visualization research at UiB. Prof. Helwig Hauser, Department of Informatics UiB

09.45

The state of the art in flow visualization. Armin Pobitzer, Department of Informatics UiB

10.10

Coffee

10.20

3D data as a tool for collaboration and continuous improvement. Magnus Registad, CEO Stormfjord

10.45

Visualization as a necessary tool for oil & gas exploration and production. Jens Grimsgaard, Leading Researcher Geophysics Interpretation Statoil

11.10

Discussion and conclusion 

11.30

Lunch

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